Lte And 16m Technology Comparasion V0 1

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Technology performance of 16m vs LTE

Peak Data Rates
Average Data Rates
Latency
VoIP
Latency
Handover Performance

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Lte And 16m Technology Comparasion V0 1

  1. 1. LTE and 16m BP TIWARI Beyond4g 1
  2. 2. LTE vs WiMAX  Comparison data points –Technology performance – Peak Data Rates – Average Data Rates – Latency – VoIP – Latency – Handover Performance Beyond4g 2
  3. 3. Find Common denominators in WiMAX and1 LTE 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 IEEE Std +802.16a IEEE Std. + 802.16e + 802.16j IEEE Std. + 802.16m ( 802.16-2001 (OFDM/OFDM 802.16-2004 Mobility 2005 Multihop Relay 802.16-2009 towards IMT- (Fixed Access) A) A) TDD 5/10 MHzTDD/FDD 20 LTE DL: MIMO(1x2) MHz Optional 339 UL: Peak DL:46 Peak DL:46 184 Mbps Peak UL:11 Peak UL:11 In 20 MHz FDD 135 kbps to….. 474 kbps (Edge) ……Evolved Edge (1.89/.9mbps) GSM/GPRS/EDGE enhancements- Rel98 REL 99 Release4 Release 6 Release 7 Release 8 Release 9,10 Release 5 WCDMA 1.28MCPS TDD HSUPA , MBS, HSPA ( LTE,SAE IMT-A HSDPA IMS MIMO,64QAM) Targeted HSPA DL: HSPA DL: 14.4& Rel 7 HSPA+ LTE DL: HSPA DL: UL:5.7 Mbps In 384/2048K & 1.8/7.2/14 & DL: 28 UL: 320 UL: 5Mhz UL:384/768 UL:1.2/2 11.5 Mbps In 162 Mbps kbps In 5Mhz Mbps In 5 MHz In 20 MHz 5Mhz FDD ( 4x4) Beyond4g 3
  4. 4. MIMO SCHEMES IN 16m and LTE Single-user MIMO Single-layer beamforming Multi-user MIMO (SU-MIMO) (Single-layer BF) (MU-MIMO) Ex) Ex) Ex) LTE 16m LTE 16m LTE 16m Joint processing CoMP Coordinated scheduling/beamforming-CoMP (JP-CoMP) (CS/CB-CoMP) Ex) Ex) suppress LTE A LTE A Source: IEEE & 3gpp submission to IMT-A Beyond4g 4
  5. 5. Uplink MIMO Schemes in LTE and WiMAX Single-input multiple-output Multi-user MIMO (SIMO) (MU-MIMO) Ex) Ex) LTE 16m LTE 16m Single-user MIMO (SU-MIMO) CoMP Ex) Ex) LTE 16m LTE A Beyond4g 5
  6. 6. Peak Spectral Efficiency Peak Spectral Efficiency 35 30 30 30 25 LTE 20 16 16.96 15 16.1 16m 15 IMT A 10 8.1 9.22 6.75 6.75 5 0 DL MU MIMO 4X2 DL MU MIMO 8X2 UL MU MIMO 2X4 UL MIMO 4X4 Source: IEEE & 3gpp submission to IMT-A Beyond4g 6
  7. 7. Average Data Rates( Base Urban Coverage) Average Spectral Efficiency 3 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.5 1.9 2 LTE 1.5 16m 1 IMT A 0.5 0 DL MU MIMO DL CoMP 4X2 UL MU MIMO UL MU MIMO 4X2 1X4 2X4 Beyond4g 7
  8. 8. Cell Edge Performance Mobility Support vs Spectral Efficiency 0.45 0.426 0.4 0.35 0.3 LTE 0.25 0.22 16m 0.2 0.15 IMT A 0.095 0.1 0.07 0.075 0.067 0.06 0.063 0.04 0.05 0 InH (10 km/h) UMi (30 km/h) UMa (120 RMa (350 km/h) km/h) Beyond4g 8
  9. 9. 1 DATA PLANE LATENCY ( 16m vs LTE ) 802.16m LTE MS TTI + Frame BS Alignment UE eNB TTI 1.85 ms 1.85 ms 0.92 ms 1.5 ms 1 ms 1.5 ms HARQ RTT 5 ms HARQ RTT 8 ms 1.85 ms 0.92 ms 1.85 ms 1.5 ms 1 ms 1.5 ms Total : 5.14 ms ( 4 HARQ Ret) Total : 4.4 ms ( 4 HARQ Ret) Source: IEEE & 3gpp submission to IMT-A Beyond4g 9
  10. 10. CONTROL PLANE LATENCY WIMAX 16e WiMAX 16m LTE REL 8 LTE REL 10 ~100 ms >80 ms <81 ms >80 ms >50 ms Available Today Idle to Active Idle to Active Beyond4g 10
  11. 11. TDD VoIP User Performance Voip User 160 140 140 130 120 100 92 89 LTE 82 74 74 80 67 16m 60 50 IMT A 40 40 40 30 20 0 Indoor (InH) Microcellular (UMi) Base coverage High speed (RMa) urban (UMa) Beyond4g 11
  12. 12. Mobility Performance Mobility Support vs Spectral Efficiency 4 3.41 3.5 3.11 3 2.5 LTE 2 16m 1.5 1.48 1.38 1.5 1.3 1.36 1.23 IMT A 1 1 0.75 0.55 0.5 0.25 0 InH (10 km/h) UMi (30 km/h) UMa (120 km/h) RMa (350 km/h) Beyond4g 12
  13. 13. Handover Performance Mobility Support vs Spectral Efficiency 45 40 40 35 30 27 25 LTE 25 16m 20 IMT A 15 10.5 10.5 10 5 5 0 Intra-RIT, Intra-frequency Intra-RIT, Inter-frequency In millisecond Beyond4g 13
  14. 14. Thanks for your attention  Backup slides –Peak us Average throughput –HSPA vs WiMAX –Standards evolution –WiMAX evolution Beyond4g 14
  15. 15. Understanding Peak vs Average throughput Parameter HSPA HSPA + WiMAX Rel (Rel6) (Rel 7, 1.0 ( 10 Mhz ,MIMO & TDD) 64QAM) Peak DL/Sector 14.4 Mbps 28 Mbps 37 Mbps Peak UL/Sector 5.76 Mbps 11.5 11 Mbps Average DL Sector 3.2 Mbps 3.5 Mbps 6.9 Mbps Average UL 1.5 Mbps 1.5 Mbps 1.8 Mbps Sector 10 Subs/Full Buffer 320 kbps 350 kbps 690 kbps Total BTS ( DL + UL ) 14.1 Mbps 15 Mbps 26.1 Mbps Beyond4g 15
  16. 16. WiMAX vs HSPA HSPA ( Rel6) HSPA+(Rel7,QAM64) WIMAX (Rel 1.0) Sector Throughput Sector Throughput Sector Throughput DL 3.2 DL 3.52 DL 6.9 ( 1X3X1) 20 % 23% 12 % 8% 23% 4% WCDMA CELL BREATHING > 1.2 Mbps > 7 Mbps > 20 Mbps 20+ Mbps Source : NGMN simulaitons presented by Motorola, Paul Sten at LTE ASIA 09 WIMAX Rel 1.0 number is presented by simulation done by SAMSUNG Beyond4g 16
  17. 17. Release of IEEE specifications 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 IEEE Std +802.16a IEEE Std. + 802.16e + 802.16j IEEE Std. + 802.16m ( 802.16-2001 (OFDM/OFDM 802.16-2004 Mobility 2005 Multihop Relay 802.16-2009 towards IMT- (Fixed Access) A) A) 3.5/7MHz in TDD 5/10 MHzTDD/FDD 20 TDD/FDD 3.5GHz and MIMO(1x2) MHz Optional 5/10/20 (40 10(5.8) peak Peak DL:46 Peak DL:46 Mhz DL 9.4 , peak Peak UL:11 Peak UL:11 optional UL 3.4 Mbps Peak DL: 300 & UL:135 Fixed WiMAX WF Release 1.0/1.5 WF Release 2 Beyond4g 17
  18. 18. 3GPP Specification History 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 135 kbps to….. 474 kbps (Edge) ……Evolved Edge (1.89/.9mbps) GSM/GPRS/EDGE enhancements- Rel98 REL 99 Release4 Release 5 Release 6 Release 8 Release 7 Release 9,10 WCDMA 1.28MCPS TDD HSDPA HSUPA , MBS, LTE,SAE HSPA ( IMT-A IMS MIMO,64QAM) Targeted HSPA DL: HSPA DL: 14.4& Rel 7 HSPA+ LTE DL: HSPA DL: Multi Carrier UL:5.7 Mbps In 384/2048K & 1.8/7.2/14 & DL: 28 UL: 326 UL: 86 LTE 5Mhz UL:384/768 UL:1.2/2 11.5 Mbps In Mbps In 20 Advanced DL: kbps In 5Mhz Mbps In 5 MHz MHz >1 Gbps 5Mhz IMT 2000 3G IMT Advanced Technologies Beyond4g 18
  19. 19. 3GPP2 Specification History 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 33-40 earlangs 153 kbps DL/UL to….. 307 kbps in DL/UL CDMA 1X enhancements and advancements 1xEV-DO Rel 0. 1xEV-DO Rev Multi carrier and HW DO A Advanced upgrade Rev B DL : 9.3/14.7 DL : 2.4 Mbps DL : 32 Mbps DL : 3.1 Mbps Mbps UL : 5.4 UL : 153 Kbps UL : 12.4 Mbps UL : 1.8 Mbps Mbps (1.25 MHz ,FDD ) (4X1.25 MHz (1.25 MHz ,FDD ) (1.25X3/ + ,FDD ) 64QAM MHz FDD Fixed WiMAX WF Release 1.0/1.5 WF Release 2 Beyond4g 19
  20. 20. Parameter Release-1 Release 1.5 Release 2 IMT Advanced Peak spectral efficiency 6.2(2X2) 6.5(2X2) DL: 8.0/15.0 DL: 15.0 (b /s/ Hz/ sector) 1.3(1X2) 1.3(1X2, Without (2x2/4x4) UL: 6.75 (Mixed Mobility) 64 QAM) UL: 2.8/6.75 (1x2/2x4) Average spectral 1.3 (2x2) 1.6 (2x2) DL (4x2) = 2.41 DL (4x2) = 2.2 efficiency 0.7(1X2) 0.9(1X2) UL (2x4) = 2.4 UL (2x4) = 1.4 (b /s/ Hz/ sector) 2 Times Cell Edge Spectral DL (2x2) = 0.09 DL (2x2) = 0.09 DL (2x2) = 0.09 DL (4x2) = 0.06 (b /s/ Hz/ sector) UL (1x2) = 0.05 UL (1x2) = 0.05 UL (1x2) = 0.05 UL (2x4) = 0.03 Latency C-plane: 100 ms C-plane: 100 ms C-plane: 100 ms C-plane: 100 ms (idle (idle to active) (idle to active) (idle to active) to active) U-plane: 40-50 U-plane: 40-50 ms U-plane: 10 ma U-plane: 10 ms ms Mobility Support up to 120 Support up to 350 Support up to 350 0.55 at 120 km/h Kmph Kmph Kmph 0.25 at 350 km/h Handover Interruption time < 60 ms <60ms Intra frequency: 5.5 Intra frequency: 27.5 Inter frequency: 35 (in a Inter frequency: 40 band) (in a band) 60 (between bands) 60 (between band) Voip Capacity 12,5 (MHz) TDD 31.6 FDD 60 (DL 2x2 and UL 1x2) 40 (4x2 and 2x4) (Base coverage urban) Beyond4g 20

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